Act on Advocacy – Hawai’i

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Head Start Enrollment 2,941

The only state comprised entirely of islands in the United States, Hawaii is geographically considered part of Polynesia. Hawaii has a de facto population of more than 1.4 million, due in part to many military personnel—estimated at more than 42,000—and tourist residents.

In the state, there are just seven Head Start programs working hard to meet the needs of the children and a total enrollment of more 3,600 adults in adult education, workforce training, parenting and dual-language classes.


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